The HVAC industry is a pillar in the construction field. Being one of the most profitable businesses, small family-owned companies have flourished in this segment for many generations. Like other viable industries, it is widely understood that there are many moving parts that need to be always operating efficiently in order to keep success at the forefront. Due to the multi-faceted nature of this business class, HVAC companies have evolved into an ideal candidate set to reap the benefits of consolidation. Generational handovers without proper succession plans and lack of a full C-Suite of executives
have been the main drivers of the numerous recent mergers and acquisitions. To the benefit of the younger generation once set to inherit these businesses, they are now left with the freedom to pursue higher education and their own personal career fulfillment paths. They have had the burden of taking over the family business removed from their conscience.
There have been hundreds of HVAC mergers & acquisitions over the past few years, and the trend is continuing to grow as time passes. As a result of this changing tide, we have identified an opportunity that benefits all parties involved. Investors and business owners alike are finding that strength in numbers, and a blending of skills has made it possible to fill gaps within businesses and build a more solid bridge to success. Small companies with different redeeming qualities have joined together to become powerhouses in the HVAC world and weave their talents together. With an abundance of capital, many investors like us are eager to help these companies grow exponentially. We are uniquely positioned to put our working capital into the market so that you can plan the successful exit you always envisioned.